FrontRunners: Speedy Seller

Built on spec, the first Overmarine Mangusta 110 ( found a buyer within hours of its arrival in Florida in February for its debut at the Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show. The roughly $16 million model, which is the newest from the Italian shipyard, has a number of selling points, such as a spacious foredeck […]

Moonen Shipyards Unveils Scaled-Down Semi-Series

The Dutch yacht company Moonen Shipyards has teamed up with the all-star designer Nick Mezas to create a series of smaller motor yachts ranging from 59 to 79 feet. The announcement came shortly after the company built its largest superyacht to date, the 138-foot Sofia. The semi-series comprises the 59-foot Ibiza (which is estimated at […]

2013’s Toys of Summer

Just in time for summer, Robb Report presents a collection of toys—from artistic longboards to all-terrain vehicles to the latest in outdoor grills—to help make the most of the sunny season. Nick Schade Kayaks and Canoes for Bespoke Global Bespoke Global, a Manhattan-based service offering consumers access to the wares of more than 80 top […]

Morris Yachts Unveils Its Newest Modern Classic

There are plenty of boatbuilders in the northeastern United States continuing to build classic sailing yachts. Where Morris Yachts of Trenton, Maine, succeeds is in its ability to design classic yachts with contemporary appeal. In March, the 41-year-old family-owned shipyard debuted the latest design in its M-Series line of modern-classic sailing vessels. The M46 has […]

Princess Yachts Showcases Its Largest Model Yet

The United Kingdom has a new royal—the Princess 40M, which is the largest yacht to date from England’s Princess Yachts. Named for its length in meters, the 132-foot model marks the shipyard’s first foray into this size range, and the results are impressive: Balconies on each side of the salon fold down, and for hull […]

Hacker-Craft and Tommy Bahama Debut a Relaxing Runabout

The first example of the Tommy Bahama Edition Hacker-Craft debuted at the Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show. Hacker-Craft, which was founded in Michigan in the 1970s and has been producing classic runabouts from the shore of Lake George in upstate New York since the 1970s, designed the 27-footer in conjunction with the well-known clothier Tommy […]

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